Nope, we are not in sunny California. This stucco Craftsman is situated right here in the Hudson Valley and comes with a big, light-filled interior.
There’s no need to drop a million bucks or more on a house that will turn heads. This c.1915 Mission-style beauty is listed for around $91-per-square-foot, and it managed to turn our heads as we scoured the listings looking for knock-out kitchens.
Indeed, the 4,158-square-foot interior sports an impressive kitchen, but before we get there, let’s make our way through the rest of the house, starting with the open living room with fireplace and stained glass windows, followed by a huge family room…
…and a tasteful formal dining room, all with well-maintained wood floors throughout. There’s also a library on the ground floor.
The dining room attaches to the home’s commercial grade kitchen complete with stainless counter tops, double sinks, six-burner range…
…and a generously-sized butler’s pantry with a second sink, cabinetry, fridge, and butcher block counter top. Even if you’re not planning to cook for a multitude of guests, you can still spread out and experiment with all the food-related projects you’ve been putting off because of your sub-par kitchen.
Back in the family room, there’s the option to turn an attached bedroom into your master bedroom, or keep it as a guest room…
…and take over one of the lovely upstairs bedrooms as your own. Both floors include massive bathrooms complete with custom tiling and high-end fixtures.
In addition to the .36-acre yard, the empty parcel next-door is available for purchase, just in case you a super-sized yard.
This pristine antique home features distinctive clay roof tiles – still intact – and is situated in Poughkeepsie’s south side, surrounded by other well-maintained homes.
Have you made it your mission in life to own this stucco Craftsman house? Find out more about 96 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY from Houlihan Lawrence.